Certificate in Agricultural Business

Needs to be converted to Asset.

Agricultural Business (Cert)


Needs to be converted to Asset.

The Certificate in Agricultural Business includes the fundamentals of business, accounting and economics with agriculture courses, including an internship experience, to provide a practical knowledge in agriculture business. While the Certificate in Agricultural Business may be completed as a standalone certificate program, courses in this certificate may also be used to complete the Associate of Applied Science in Entrepreneurship, Associate of Applied Science in General Agriculture or Associate of Science in Agriculture. Courses included may also be applied toward bachelor’s degrees at some four-year institutions. 25 Credit Hours

Agricultural Business Certificate Requirements Credit Hours
AGR 101 Animal Science 4
  • AGR 103 Plant Science OR
  • AGR 115 Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment
AGR 112 Introduction to Agricultural Business 3
AGR 215 Soils 3
Select 12 credit hours from the following:
  • ACC 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3)*
  • AGR 144 Agricultural Economics (4)*
  • AGR 299 Agricultural Internship (1-3)
  • LAW 231 Legal Environment of Business (3)*
  • MGT 286 Business Communications (3)*
  • PSY 121 Introductory Psychology (3)
  • QBA 237 Basic Business Statistics (3)*
Agricultural Business (Cert) Credit Hours
Total Hours Required 25

* Departmental permission is required if prerequisites have not been met.


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